Sydney, Jan 5 - Skipper Michael Clarke remained unbeaten on 329 as Australia declared their first innings at 659/4 with a massive 468 run lead over India on the third day of the second cricket Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here Thursday.
Clarke became the first cricketer to score a triple century at the SCG, which is hosting its 100th Test match. Clarke was five runs shy of Mark Taylor and Don Bradman's 334
Mike Hussey remained unbeaten on 150 and stitched a 334-run stand with Clarke. India were all out for 191 in the first innings. (IANS)